The newly appointed chairman of the National Road Safety Commission (NRSC) Rev. Ismaila Awudu, has stated that the new Board and management will embark on massive education to sensitise Ghanaians to the need to reduce carnage on the road.
According to him, education was one of the only sure ways of reducing accidents on the road. He said the new Board would collaborate with all stakeholders involved to reduce rampant accidents.
Rev Awud said beyond education, the NRSC would also organize road shows, distribute handbills and also go digital on social media platforms with short documentaries on carnage on the road.
No classroom for free SHS at Asesewa
Authorities of Asesewa Senior High School (SHS) in the Upper Manya Krobo district of the Eastern Region may not be able to admit all free SHS beneficiaries posted to the school due to infrastructural challenges.
The infrastructure problem of the school has worsened over the past two years following the shutdown of a crumbling 12 unit classroom block with ancillary offices which have been left to rot after shoddy work done by the contractor.
The GH₵481,733.62 GETFUND project started collapsing six months after it was commissioned in 2011.
Galamsey, the major cause of war
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